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Decimal BASIC is a programming environment for those who write programs for their own investigation. Decimal BASIC has the feature of readability to communicate algorithms with others. Decimal BASIC adopts ANSI/ISO Full BASIC as its syntax, because Full BASIC has suitable facilities for those who are unacquainted with the peculiar knowledge about computers. Decimal BASIC implements almost all of the core module and the graphics module of ISO Full BASIC. The most part of modules module and the individual character input module for Full BASIC are implemented, too. It has not been conformed to the standard, but there are only slight differences with the standard.
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